What are misdiagnosis claims*?
Medical misdiagnosis can have serious implications for patients. An illness or condition may be missed completely and the benefits of early treatment can be lost if the problem remains undiagnosed or is misdiagnosed.
In some cases, permanent damage can be caused and in serious conditions, a misdiagnosis could prove fatal. If you believe you have suffered injury, loss and damage as a result of a misdiagnosis then you may be entitled to compensation and you should speak with a solicitor to have a confidential conversation about your situation.
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Types of misdiagnosis claims
Some of the types of claims that may occur are the following:
- Delayed cancer diagnosis
- Undiagnosed infections
- Undiagnosed fractures
- Misdiagnosis leading to unnecessary surgery
- Misdiagnosis leading to unnecessary treatment
- Misdiagnosis leading to unnecessary medication
What are your next steps?
Knowing the details around medical negligence, if you feel like you have been the subject of malpractice, you should chat to Catherine McGuigan, or a member of McGuigan Solicitors LLP. To get in touch please either fill out the contact form below or call (0)49 952 9986 (Cavan office) and (0)1 441 1457 (Dublin office).
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What is Medical Negligence?
McGuigan Solicitors LLP are experienced medical negligence* solicitors with offices in Cavan and Dublin, Ireland. Medical negligence * (also known as clinical negligence) is a term used to describe a situation where a patient sustains personal injury * as a result of an error made by a medical practitioner/professional.
In most cases, medical professionals are dedicated, diligent and practice in a safe manner. This ensures that the medical treatment you are receiving is to the highest of standards.
Disclaimer: *In contentious business, a solicitor may not calculate fees
or other charges as a percentage or proportion of any award of settlement.